Been getting back into BAND OF HEROES (Version 3 rules) and think this is the system I'll use from now on for Double Blind games. I used to use ASLSK, but the high interactivity of this particular system (impulses), the easy rules, and--particularly important--THE SPOTTING SYSTEM) leads me to think that this is the system to use. Does anybody have home-brewed rules for running Double Blind games (with an umpire and a screen separating the two players)? Any scenarios that seem to work well for those? One of the advantages too is that for those scenarios with event markers on the board (and corresponding paragraphs) are easier to run in such formats!

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